Princess Grace Botanical Garden, Monaco-Ville
Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
Hanging on the southwest face of Monaco-Ville, Princess Grace Botanical Garden displays a combination of Mediterranean and exotic plants, arranged along winding paths. Created in the 1830s, the garden contains ponds and lakes, shady avenues, and an array of sculptures, including one of Prince Albert I. Meander down walkways and experience the cool air created by the clever landscaping, which obscures and reveals different sections of the gardens as you walk. The gardens also contain the relics of St. Nicholas church, which was built before the current cathedral, located nearby. Put Princess Grace Botanical Garden on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Monaco-Ville trip itinerary maker.
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It's a very peaceful and beautiful selection of roses with so many colors and smell, lovely place to visit
Lasciatevi alle spalle il Museo Oceanografico ed entrato in questo bel parco. Non è particolarmente esteso, ma la grazia e l'eleganza regnano sovrane.Leave behind the Oceanographic Museum and walked into this beautiful park. It is not particularly extensive, but the grace and elegance reign supreme.show original
Lovely well-maintained gardens with lots of sculptures. Lots of quiet spots to sit with fabulous views over the harbour. The organised tours can spoil the calm but they don’t stay long.
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